Hello there! I'm the guy behind the pseudonym VeseliVepar, and today I bring you a new project.
Cocum is an interactive, minimalist adaptation of a puzzle. It was born from the generalization of a math problem! The inspiration stems from Frog Jumping, which was featured by the popular math channel Numberphile. If you generalize the original problem to tree graphs, and go beyond the linear lily pad configurations, then you get a rich new world to solve! Among the first 100 cases, 81 were handpicked and packed into a game project, now called Cocum.
Download free: Google Play Store
Math and computer science is what I study and sometimes do as a hobby, and combining the two, resulted in this new puzzle game.
It's a relaxing, minimal and inspiring puzzle game that offers almost a hundred unique levels, so far. Each is required to be solved multiple times in individual ways, allowing you to immerse yourself into the art of puzzle solving.
Some may be very easy, and some might catch your brain off guard! If you get stuck for too long, you can always skip the level and come back to it later.
An inspiring soundtrack will guide you through your journey. Big thanks to Shady Dave for it!
Among other things, additional features include: optional Dark Mode for Sith Lords and similar, optional Hard Mode for a bit of extra challenge, replayable levels option for solved stages, and the ability to skip levels after acquiring at least 1 star on them.
Feel free to share it with friends if you think they'd enjoy the challenge of getting all the stars! ;)
Link: Google Play Store
The future of Cocum?
Right now the main goal is reaching as many people as imaginable, to get as much feedback as possible. If the people enjoy the concept as much as few close friends who've been testing the game so far did; Then, more updates will be in order.
Other than expanding the game with more levels, I hope I'll also find free time soon, to improve the overall experience of the players, based on the feedback I'm hoping to receive!